This validity of this dyno has been questioned and it appears that things were done to create the spool shown above. At least extreme use of rolling anti-lag and possibly N2O. Show me another single that can produce 400 lb/ft of torque at 2,000 rpm. Pretty sure you would struggle to show me twins that can duplicate that on a 3.0L motor. I have no doubt that they can produce the HP/Torque shown above, but there is NO WAY that they can make that size turbo spool like that without using some external trickery. I would LOVE for this to be true (sign me up today) but this IS too good to be true.
I think that we have just crossed a line that will be difficult to return from. We look at this stuff being shown to us by vendors and expect that our cars will perform comparably when we install them on our cars. From this point on, I would not blame Tony and they rest from showing their turbo kits with ant-lag, N2O, whatever it takes to make their products perform their best. At the very least, vendors should tell us what was on the car when that test was done.
We NEVER use dyno tricks to inflate graphs, show higher number etc. We would not dyno using anti-lag than post it. Not only that, they didn't even mention they used anti-lag just compounding the issue. As for anti-lag being awesome for roll racing, it does help for sure, still waiting for all these fast singles to show up to these roll events...
You know the deal with this one. The owner barely speaks English, doesn't use the forums, and neither Doc Race or I saw much data on it. Doc Race posted it as a result of their manifold knowing almost nothing else about the car other than it had their manifold. I don't think they were trying to hide anything but any time you have a dyno posted without a detailed log to go with it, my bogus radar goes off too. It is what it is on that one.